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Clarence Darrow. Directed by David W. Rintels. 2015. London, UK: Old Vic Theater, London. Play.
Compulsion. Directed by Richard Fleischer. 1959. Los Angeles, CA: Twentieth Century Fox, 2006. DVD.
IBM Presents Clarence Darrow Starring Henry Fonda. Directed by John Rich. 1974. New York: NBC Broadcasting. Television Movie.
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